(through Charles Winnsboro)
Why Choose Our Graduate Courses?
Our Graduate Courses are designed for professionals wishing to gain or improve skills and knowledge related to specific areas of their professional environment.
If you want to quickly gain knowledge and skills to advance your career, you may find our courses are perfect for your needs. The coursework is condensed and is completed in a shorter time with more flexible schedules, and you will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course!
These courses are designed for professionals who would like to update and document their skills in order to achieve more in their workplace. The courses can help qualify you for a career. They provide additional training to make you more valuable to your employer, which could lead to enhanced responsibilities and promotions.
Our grad courses are developed in cooperation with Campbellsville University’s School of Business Economics, and Technology as valuable credentials that can be earned to upgrade workplace skills in a short period of time. These courses deliver the concentrated knowledge and skills needed for fast career advancement or career change.
Credits earned through these courses can be used as standalone credentials or may be transferred to existing Graduate Degree Programs. Courses include weekly synchronous sessions and asynchronous elements, allowing you to interact with faculty and fellow students in real-time and also complete some work on your own schedule.
Information Systems Infrastructure
This is an advanced course covering information systems infrastructure. The areas covered include:
- Operating Platforms
- Database Systems
- Data Storage
- Wired & Wireless Transmission
- Cloud Computing
- Virtual Servers
- Mobile Computing
Enhance Your Career with Information Systems Expertise: Whether you want to build new systems, decide what types of systems to put into place, or move existing systems to cloud computing, a thorough understanding of information system infrastructure is vital to every business or organization. This knowledge is crucial for working efficiently with tech and provides you with a foundation for excellent decision-making.
Level: Graduate (Masters)
Transferability: aligned with Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM) and Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) — IT Track
Information Systems Infrastructure Faculty: Dr. Ehimwenma Aimiuwu, Dr. Khaled Falah, and Dr. Jimmy Flores
This is an advanced course applying the knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques encapsulated in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) for successful execution of multilayered projects: how to scope projects, budget time, and allocate resources. You will learn:
- Industry Standards
- Best Practices
- Proper Terminology
- Accepted Guidelines
- Time-Tested Strategies
- Practical Methodologies
Enhance Your Career with Project Management Expertise: Emerging technologies, new approaches, and rapid market changes are transforming how the world works, requiring professionals to evolve. In this Project Management program, you can learn from project management practitioners, access project management tools, and gain experience.
Level: Graduate (Masters)
Transferability: aligned with Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) — IT Track, Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM), Master of Management and Leadership (MML)
Project Management Faculty: Dr. Ehimwenma Aimiuwu, Dr. Jimmy Flores, Kiran Palla
Dr. Khaled Falah earned his PhD in management from Campbellsville University located in Campbellsville, Kentucky in 2020. Dr. Falah began his teaching career in 2008 at ITT Technical Institute as an adjunct professor. In 2016, Dr. Falah transferred to Campbellsville University and began working as an associate professor teaching MBA (Masters of Business Administration) and MIS (Masters in Information Systems) courses. In addition to teaching, Dr. Falah has conducted multiple project management trainings across the United States with audiences ranging from 300 to 500+ people. Along with being a professor, Dr. Falah currently works as the Chief Information Officer of Washington, DC’s Department of Transportation He brings with him more than 20 years of experience in management and operations. Dr. Falah’s background in management and operations started in DC when he held the position of Director of IT Liaisons/Program Management Office at the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO). Dr. Falah has worked with a variety of non-profit organizations and held senior positions in multiple local governments.
Dr. Ehi. E. Aimiuwu is an Assistant Professor in the Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM) program in the Business Administration department at Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY. USA. Dr. Aimiuwu is a member of the Project Management Institute, research reviewer for many information systems journals and conferences, author of many books, and has done public speaking to live audiences, as well as on television and radio. He has taught at Campbellsville University for over 3 years but has over 16 years of experience in teaching information systems courses at universities and colleges. Aimiuwu has taught many university courses that include Current & Emerging Technologies, Management Information Systems, Information Systems Security, Team Management, Negotiation & Conflict Management, Information Systems Infrastructure, Project Management, and Disaster & Recovery Planning. His area of interest includes Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Blockchain, Big Data, Business Intelligence, and Web Analytics. Some of his works have been published in the International Journal of Business Intelligence Research, Journal of International Business Education, Journal of Information Systems Applied Research, Information Systems Education Journal, and Americas Conference on Information Systems.
Dr. Flores has held management and leadership positions in major companies including Shell Oil Company, The Prudential, and USAA. At USAA, he managed the $11.5 million budget for the IT department. He has extensive experience developing and teaching courses for organizations in the disciplines of Project Management, Human Resources, and Information Technology. Dr. Flores founded a global IT enterprise, and has operations in India and The Philippines. Dr. Flores has written several books including How to Become a Proficient Online Learner. He has earned two doctorates and seven master’s degrees.